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"Golf" (1950) to "Golf" (1979)

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Golf (May 3, 1952)
   "Between Them They Hold the Curse Record and the Course
   Record!"* (The Berrys, May 3, 1952) / by Carl Grubert. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 3, 1952)
   "I'm Utterly Way Off My Game Today"* (Penny, May 3, 1953) /
   by Harry Haenigsen. -- Summary: Penny's on the green, but
   she usually lands in the sand trap. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (June 10, 1952)
   "I'll Hit 'em and You Throw 'em Back, Smitty"* (Smitty,
   June 10, 1952) / by Berndt. -- Summary: The boss is
   practicing golf in the office, and the ball bounces off the
   wall. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (June 14, 1952)
   "I'll Give Him a Rubber Ball to Practice With"* (Smitty,
   June 14, 1952) / by Berndt. -- Summary: The boss is
   practicing golf in the office, and he might break
   something. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Golf (Aug. 1952)
   "The Golf Goof" (Kanvasback) 4 p. in Captain Marvel, Jr.,
   no. 112 (Aug. 1952). -- Data from Lou Mougin via Grand
   Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.: Film 15791 r.184
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Golf (Nov./Jan. 1953)
   "Golf Among the Chickens"* (The Nearsighted Mr. Magoo) 1 p.
   in Gerald McBoing Boing and the Nearsighted Mr. Magoo, no.
   2 (Nov./Jan. 1953). -- Summary: Mr. Magoo thinks he finds
   his golf ball in a hen's nest. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.D4G43no.2
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Golf (Nov./Jan. 1953)
   "The Grizzly Golfer" (The Nearsighted Mister Magoo) 12 p.
   in Gerald McBoing Boing and the Nearsighted Mr. Magoo, no.
   2 (Nov./Jan. 1953). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.D4G43no.2
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Golf (Jan. 17, 1953)
   "I Finally Shot Par on the Tenlakes Golf Course"* (Donald
   Duck, Jan. 17, 1953) -- Summary: Because the lakes are
   frozen, Donald has been golfing in ice skates. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Feb. 7, 1953)
   "Six-Inch Divots"* (Donald Duck, Feb. 7, 1953) -- Summary:
   An angry golf course manager is fooled by Donald's wearing
   his latest divot on his head. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "divots"
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Golf (June 3, 1953)
   "Off the Beam" (Alley Oop, June 3, 1953) / by V.T. Hamlin.
   -- Summary: Alley's friends convince themselves that they
   should take him to see a doctor. As they say he's "way
   below par," Alley is shown swinging his axe at a rock,
   golf-style. -- Call no.: PN6728.A43F6 1937v.9
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Golf (Aug. 17, 1953)
   "Golf by Prescription"* (Louie, Aug. 17, 1953) / Hanan. --
   Summary: Dr. Zigsby is just leaving for golf when Louie
   arrives, and after a quick listen with the stethoscope
   takes Louie golfing. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Sept. 22, 1953)
   "Boss as Caddy"* (Louie, Sept. 22, 1953) / Hanan. --
   Summary: Louie daydreams about golf, and after the boss
   yells at him his daydream includes the boss as his caddy.
   -- Wordless strip. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Apr. 1954)
   "Recortadora de Hierba"* (Daniel el Travieso) 3 p. in
   Daniel el Travieso, no. 1 (Apr. 1954). -- Summary: Dad
   wants to go golfing, but Mom makes him mow the lawn. --
   Call no.: PN6790.M44D29no.1
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Golf (May 6, 1954)
   "Practicing the Approach on Baxter's Carrots" (Our Boarding
   House, May 6, 1954) -- Summary: Amos talks about his
   ancestor, Angus McQuarrie Hoople, who taught King James the
   game of golf in Scotland ; the neighbor wants him to stop
   tramping through his garden retrieving the ball. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 12, 1954)
   "They All Look Like His" (Our Boarding House, May 12, 1954)
   -- Summary: The Major is in trouble for picking up somebody
   else's golf ball. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Golf (May 13, 1954)
   "No More Than Three Balls, That Is" (Our Boarding House,
   May 13, 1954) -- Summary: The Major reports on his
   preparations for the golf tournament; he played a difficult
   dogleg hole with no more than three. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "doglegs"
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Golf (May 16, 1954)
   "Lucille Van Pelt on the First Tee, Please" (Peanuts, May
   16, 1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy has
   entered a golf tournament, and worries about playing
   against Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, and Ike. Charlie Brown
   reminds her that it's a women's tournament. -- This Sunday
   strip is reproduced as part of a letter to the editor, as
   evidence that grownups (here only from the shoulders down)
   sometimes appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no.
   9 (=v. 3, no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Golf (May 23, 1954)
   "There's Nothing That Can Stop You Now, Lucy!"* (Peanuts,
   May 23, 1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy
   starts her round at the women's state amateur tournament
   with an eagle and a birdie. -- This Sunday strip is
   reproduced as part of a letter to the editor, as evidence
   that grownups (here only from the shoulders down) sometimes
   appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no. 9 (=v. 3,
   no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Golf (May 30, 1954)
   "I'm Supposed to be Home Taking a Nap!"* (Peanuts, May 30,
   1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy is one hole
   from winning the tournament, when she suddenly leaves the
   golf course. -- This Sunday strip is reproduced as part of
   a letter to the editor, as evidence that grownups (here in
   full figure, but in the far distance or with blank faces)
   sometimes appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no.
   9 (=v. 3, no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Golf (Aug. 15, 1954)
   "A Natural Sucker"* (Abbie an' Slats, Aug. 15, 1954) / by
   Raeburn Van Buren. reproduced on p. 84-85 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Swindlers Duke and Five-Spot
   approach Bathless Groggins with flattery and a set of golf
   clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 22, 1954)
   "Two G's Right On His Ugly Nose"* (Abbie an' Slats, Aug.
   22, 1954) / by Raeburn Van Buren. reproduced on p. 86-87 in
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Duke and Five-Shot
   check to be sure Bathless has the golf clubs with magnets
   in them, then place their bet. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (Aug. 29, 1954)
   "The Greatest Thing t'Come Along in Golf Since Bobby
   Jones"* (Abbie an' Slats, Aug. 29, 1954) / by Raeburn Van
   Buren. reproduced on p. 88-89 in Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 5, 1954)
   "The Sensation of the Golfing World!"* (Abbie an' Slats,
   Sept. 5, 1954) / by Raeburn Van Buren. reproduced on p.
   90-91 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Bathless
   Groggins' score for the first nine holes is (gasp) ten! --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 12, 1954)
   "The Publicity is Worth Thousands to My Company!"* (Abbie
   an' Slats, Sept. 12, 1954) / by Raeburn Van Buren.
   reproduced on p. 92-93 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Hummock, Mashie and McStymie, makers of golf equipment,
   convince Groggins to finish the tournament using their
   clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 19, 1954)
   "The Skull of J. Pierpont Groggins"* (Abbie an' Slats,
   Sept. 19, 1954) / by Raeburn Van Buren. reproduced on p.
   94-95 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Without his
   magnetic golf clubs, Bathless has trouble hitting the ball
   and ends up hitting himself in the head. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 27, 1954)
   "Off Yer Knees and Start Countin' Off the Long Green!"*
   (Abbie an' Slats, Sept. 27, 1954) / by Raeburn Van Buren.
   reproduced on p. 96-97 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Hummock, Mashie and McStymie offer $20,000 to Groggins if
   he'll stop using their golf equipment. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Dec. 1954)
   "El Golf" (Daniel) 3 p. in Daniel el Travieso, no. 5 (Dec.
   1954). -- Call no.: PN6790.M44D29no.5
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Golf (1955).
   You've Got Me in a Hole : a Collection of the Best Golfing
   Cartoons by the Foremost Comic Artists / edited by Lawrence
   Lariar. -- New York : Dodd, Mead & Company, 1955. -- 1 v. :
   ill. ; 29 cm. -- Call no.: NC1427.L34 1955
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Golf (June 10, 1955)
   "We Stayed Home All Those Years While He Studied Nights.
   Now He's an Executive and Trying to Break 80 at Golf" (The
   Neighbors, June 10, 1955) / Clark. -- Situation: Two women
   talking over their backyard fences; a push mower leans
   against a house in an unmowed lawn. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (June 29, 1955)
   "She's the Pro's Daughter Out for early Morning Practice!"*
   (Harold Teen, June 29, 1955) / Carl Ed. reproduced on p. 98
   of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Harold wants to caddy
   for her. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 7, 1955)
   "I Hope You Watched My Ball, Caddy"* (Harold Teen, July 7,
   1955) / Carl Ed. reproduced on p. 99 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Harold is too distracted by Toddy to do
   a good job of caddying. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Dec. 1955)
   "Fore!" (Daniel el Travieso) 7 p. in Daniel el Travieso,
   no. 11 (Dec. 1955). -- Golf story. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.M44D29no.11
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Golf (1956)
   "Re-filling the Golf Bag"* (Dud Dudley, 1956) / by Zeke
   Zekley. reproduced on p. 108 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: She sees his golf bag ready to go, and replaces
   the clubs with housecleaning equipment. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 5, 1956)
   "Sometimes I Think Golf is Too Strenuous for a Man of
   Phil's Age, Mickey!"* (Mickey Finn, May 5, 1956) / by Lank
   Leonard. reproduced on p. 82-83 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 9, 1956)
   "A Little Game of Pasture Pool"* (They'll Do It Every Time,
   June 9, 1956) / by Jimmy Hatlo. reproduced on p. 105 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Doc Gumboyle, the
   dentist, is calm in his office, but a nervous wreck on the
   golf course. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 9, 1956)
   "Divine Stencils"* (Penny, July 9, 1956) / Haenigsen.
   reproduced on p. 118 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Penny has made a floral design on her father's golf bag. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1957)
   "Do You Mind If I Play Through?"* (Little Lulu, copyright
   1957). reproduced on p. 81 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed.
   by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Pop's giving Lulu golf pointers indoors, and
   Lulu's mom needs to vacuum. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Jan. 1957)
   "Please, Stuff, You'd Be Doing Me a Favor by Staying"* (Mac
   Divot, Jan. 1957) / Mel Keefer, Jordan Lansky. reproduced
   on p. 117 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Stuffy takes
   the blame for the cracked club, and offers to resign as
   caddy. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 13, 1959)
   "So He Said a Bad Word and Kicked It!"* (Dennis the Menace,
   May 13, 1959) / by Hank Ketcham. reproduced on p. 111 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Dennis has been
   golfing with dad. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 11, 1959)
   "That Was The Day I First Broke A Hundred!"* (Donald Duck,
   June 11, 1959). reproduced on p. 109 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Daisy feels neglected by golf-playing
   Donald, and bets he can't remember the day they met. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 21, 1959)
   "You Can Get Away from Bigdome, But You Can't Get Away With
   Much!"* (Little Iodine, June 21, 1959) / by Jimmy Hatlo.
   reproduced on p. 104 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Tremblechin is playing at St. Andrews, and his boss in
   America will give him $500 if he beats the boss's score.
   And the boss has arranged a lie-detector test. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1960)
   "You're Getting Much Better Distance With Those New Balls,
   Hysteria"* (Nine to Five, 1960) / by Jo Fisher. reproduced
   on p. 138 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (May 13, 1960)
   "Golf in the Lawn Chair"* (The Family Circus, May 13, 1960)
   / by Bil Keane. reproduced on p. 111 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Dad's sleeping with his mouth open in
   the back yard, and the kids are preparing to use the cavity
   for golfing. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 29, 1960)
   "Indoor Putting Green"* (Henry, May 29, 1960) / by Carl
   Anderson. reproduced on p. 110 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Henry uses a bearskin rug for indoor golf. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 6, 1960?)
   "Did Shakespeare Waste His Time on the Golf Course? I'll
   Bet He Was at His Typewriter All Day Long!" (The Neighbors,
   June 6, [1960?]) / by George Clarke. reproduced on p. 114
   of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Setting: The husband is leaving
   with his golf clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Dec. 1960)
   "Pearl's Goofy Golf!" (My Girl Pearl) / Stan Lee. 2 p. in
   My Girl Pearl, no. 9 (Dec. 1960) -- Begins: Shirl! Yoo hoo!
   I've been looking for you!
   I. Lee, Stan. k. Goofy golf. k. Golf. Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3M86no.9
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Golf (Apr. 5, 1961)
   "He Can't Turn It Off!"* (Beetle Bailey, Apr. 5, 1961) /
   Mort Walker. -- Summary: Sarge always hits the golf ball
   over 300 yards, which is a problem when he putts. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B4F6 1960 v.1
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Golf (Dec. 27, 1961)
   "Killer Golf Clubs"* (Dick Tracy, Dec. 27, 1961) / by
   Chester Gould. reproduced on p. 103 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Mr. Pardee has accidentally killed a
   woman with a golf shot. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Dec. 28, 1961)
   "Woods, Irons, Putters- All Killers!"* (Dick Tracy, Dec.
   28, 1961) / by Chester Gould. reproduced on p. 103 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1962).
   "Fore!" : Golf Cartoons from the Wall Street Journal /
   selected by Charles Preston. -- New York : Dutton, 1962. --
   92 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Call no.: GV967.W3 1962
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Golf (May 1, 1962)
   "We'll Be a Close-Knit Family. We'll Do Everything
   Together" (Then-Now, May 1, 1962) / by Ron Fox. reproduced
   on p. 108 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: The second
   panel has the whole family on the golf course, including
   three screaming children. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 7, 1962)
   "A 19th Hole on Wheels!"* (Steve Roper, June 7, 1962) / by
   Saunders & Overgard. reproduced on p. 102 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary Mr. Lopar has a golf cart equipped
   with a bar. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 9, 1962)
   "I Can't Waste the Afternoon Hunting Lost Balls!"* (Steve
   Roper, June 9, 1962) / by Saunders & Overgard. reproduced
   on p. 102 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: In the woods
   at the golf course, Lopar's caddie/bartender Morrie pulls
   out a gun and points it at Steve. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (1963)
   "Here, Here, None of That!" (Brother Juniper, 1963) /
   Justin McCarthy and Len Reno. reproduced on p. 123 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Brother Juniper is
   practicing golf using his shepherd's crook as a driver. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Mar. 28, 1963)
   "Sand Trap"* (Pierre) p. 36 in Treasure Chest of Fun &
   Fact, v. 18, no. 15 (Mar. 28, 1963). -- A silent strip, in
   which Pierre solves a problem on the golf course. -- Back
   cover. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.18no.15
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Golf (Mar. 31, 1963)
   "You Should Fight Your Compulsion that you Have to Play
   Golf Every Sunday No Matter What!"* (Hi and Lois, Mar. 31,
   1963) / Mort Walker, Dik Browne. reproduced on p. 322 of
   The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics (Washington
   : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Hi
   leaves to play golf in the rain and mud. -- Call no.: folio
   PN6726.S5 1997
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Golf (1964)
   "Breaking 100, Almost"* (Moon Mullins, copyright 1964) /
   Ferd Johnson. reproduced on p. 125 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Alone on the course, Winston Plushbottom
   nudges his ball off the edge of the 18th hole when his
   100th stroke is a fraction short; then he can't bring
   himself to lie to other golfers. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (Nov. 30, 1964)
   "Every Pro on the Circuit is Here"* (Mac Divot, Nov. 30,
   1964) / Mel Keefer, J. Lansky. p. 85 in The National
   Cartoonists Society Album 1965, ed. by Mort Walker (New
   York : NCS, 1965). -- Call no.: NC1300.N3 1965
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Golf (1965)
   "Digging"* (The Strange World of Mr. Mum, 1965) / by
   Phillips. panel reproduced on p. 106 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: On the golf course, Mr. Mum sees a tiny
   ladder and shovel sticking out of the eighth hole. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 6, 1965)
   "It Falls on My Shoulders to Un-Botch Them"* (Beetle
   Bailey, May 6, 1965) / by Mort Walker. reproduced on p. 107
   of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Maneuvers are in such
   a bad state the General Halftrack uses a special corrective
   method: He starts a round of golf. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (May 24, 1965)
   "Never Ridicule Elderly People. You'll Be There Some Day!"*
   (Out Our Way, May 24, 1965) -- (Born Forty Years Too Soon)
   -- Summary: Boys with shinny sticks poke fun at a passing
   couple of golfers. He is carrying two golf bags, and she
   has none. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 4, 1965)
   "Take a Shot at Mine"* (Smidgens, Aug. 4, 1965) / by
   Cordray. reproduced on p. 114 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: A golfer complains that a shot almost hit his
   wife. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 13, 1965)
   "Friday the Thirteenth, Daddy Dear"* (Rick O'Shay, Aug. 13,
   1965) / by Stan Lynde. reproduced on p. 112 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Moonglow remarks about her
   father's choice of opening days for the new golf course. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 17, 1965)
   "Looks Like Heap Plenty Painful Game!"* (Rick O'Shay, Aug.
   17, 1965) / by Stan Lynde. reproduced on p. 113 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: The chief drives a golf ball off
   a tree into his own face. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 18, 1965)
   "Negotiable Bicuspid"* (Rick O'Shay, Aug. 18, 1965) / by
   Stan Lynde. reproduced on p. 113 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: The golf ball has knocked out the
   chief's gold tooth. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Oct. 2, 1965)
   "I Play This Game for Exercise!"* (Out Our Way, Oct. 2,
   1965) / Neg Cochran. -- (Grampaw) -- Summary: Grampaw
   doesn't want to ride in the golf cart and get a bay window.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bay windows"
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Golf (Apr. 24, 1966)
   "Counting Clubs"* (B.C., Apr. 24, 1966) / by Johnny Hart.
   reprinted on p. 30-32 of The World of Comic Art, v. 2, no.
   1 (Summer 1967). -- Summary: B.C. is playing golf, and
   snaps a club in half each time something goes wrong. Score
   for the first hole: 29 clubs. -- Call no.: NC1426.W6v.2no.1
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Golf (July 1, 1966)
   "It's All in the Grip!"* (Hi and Lois, July 1, 1966) / Dik
   Browne. reprinted on p. 152 of The Best of Hi and Lois
   (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Thirsty
   explains his confidence at golf: the handle of his club is
   a flask of liquor. -- Call no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (Dec. 23, 1966)
   "It's Stuck to the Golf Club!"* (Freckles, Dec. 23, 1966) /
   Henry Formhals. -- Summary: They may have invented a golf
   ball that can't be lost. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf
   balls"
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Golf (Jan. 18, 1967)
   "Indoor Putting with Cat"* (The Willets, Jan. 18, 1967) /
   Walt Wetterberg. -- Summary: The cat gives the ball a swat,
   and it goes off the wall into the tumbler. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "putting"
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Golf (Mar. 2, 1967)
   "Golf in Traffic"* (Winthrop, Mar. 2, 1967) / Dick Cavalli.
   -- Summary: A golfer is in an intersection, waiting for the
   traffic cop to give him permission to hit his ball. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "intersections"
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Golf (Mar. 13, 1967)
   "I Held It Back As Long As I Could"* (Winthrop, Mar. 13,
   1967) / Dick Cavalli. -- Summary: He's been dying to try
   out his new driver, and now there's a hole in the window.
   It's been a long winter. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "balls
   through windows"
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Golf (Apr. 13, 1967)
   "Measles"* (The Born Loser, Apr. 13, 1967) / Art Sansom. --
   Summary: Thornapple is quarantined, watching Veeblefester
   go by with his golf clubs -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf
   clubs"
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Golf (Apr. 27, 1967)
   "I'll Bet He's Seething Inside Though"* (Fred Basset, Apr.
   27, 1967) / by Alexander Graham. reproduced on p. 115 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Fred's mistress has
   beaten his master at golf, and he takes it 'like a man.' --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 6, 1967)
   "The Game Does Have a Certain Escape Value. Only This
   Morning I Asked Myself: Would You Rather Play Golf or Put
   Up Screens?" (Side Glances, May 6, 1967) / by Galbraith ;
   Gill Fox. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 15, 1967)
   "You and Your 10% Chance of Precipitation" (Side Glances,
   May 15, 1967) / by Galbraith ; Gill Fox. -- Summary: A
   dripping golfer brings the weather prediction to the
   attention of the newspaper editor. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "weather forecasts"
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Golf (May 29, 1967)
   "If I Didn't Know Better, I'd Swear I Heard Someone Sob!"
   (Side Glances, May 29, 1967) / by Galbraith ; Gill Fox. --
   Summary: Below them and out of sight is a forlorn golfer in
   a sand trap. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "sand traps"
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Golf (June 9, 1967)
   "By George, Thornapple, I'm Finally Getting the Hang of
   It!" (The Born Loser, June 9, 1967) / Art Sansom. --
   Summary: On the green, Veeblefester is playing with a
   paddleball while Brutus's putt bounces back up out of the
   hole. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "paddleballs"
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Golf (June 12, 1967)
   "At Breakfast this Morning He Asked Me to Pass the Bread
   and Putter"* (Winthrop, June 12, 1967) / Dick Cavalli. --
   Summary: Sandy Trapp, the professional golfer, is staying
   over. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golfers"
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Golf (June 15, 1967)
   "Mashie Potatoes!"* (Winthrop, June 15, 1967) / Dick
   Cavalli. -- Summary: Sandy Trapp says what his favorite
   food is. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golfers"
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Golf (June 23, 1967)
   "Nice Guys and Those Playing Golf with the Boss Finish
   Last!" (Side Glances, June 23, 1967) / by Galbraith ; Gill
   Fox. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bosses"
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Golf (July 5, 1967)
   "Try Standing Farther Away from the Ball"* (The Willets,
   July 5, 1967) -- Summary: A golfer knocks his own shoe off
   with his swing. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "shoes"
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Golf (July 5, 1967)
   "You're Standing on My Ball!"* (The Born Loser, July 5,
   1967) / Art Sansom. -- Summary: Brutus is playing golf with
   Veeblefester (his boss), who isn't winning. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Golf (Aug. 15, 1967)
   "If the Golf Course has Non-Allergy Grass, How Come We
   Can't Have It?" (Side Glances, Aug. 15, 1967) / Gill Fox.
   -- Setting: She's mowing the lawn, and he's loading his
   golf clubs in the trunk of the car. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "grass"
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Golf (Aug. 19, 1967)
   "They Cut the Tree Down"* (Hi & Lois, Aug. 19, 1967) / Dik
   Browne. reprinted on p. 153 of The Best of Hi and Lois
   (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Hi
   returns a severely twisted golf club to Thirsty. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (Aug. 25, 1967)
   "Nonsense! A Round of Golf Will Do You Good! I'll Sit Right
   Here and Wait While You Zip Through the Housework!" (Side
   Glances, Aug. 25, 1967) / by Galbraith ; Gill Fox. --
   Summary: A husband addresses a wife surrounded by active
   children, dirty dishes and spills. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "housework"
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Golf (Oct. 3, 1967)
   "If You Don't Enjoy It, Why Do You Play It?"* (The Born
   Loser, Oct. 3, 1967) / Art. -- Summary: Brutus shouts in
   anger with each shot. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Jan. 20, 1968)
   "The Never-Say-Dies" (Out Our Way, Jan. 20, 1968) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: The guys are leaving for golf, which
   is no crazier than ice fishing; they're dressed for the
   weather and they'll use a red ball to see it in the snow.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (July 25, 1968)
   "That's What I Told Tom when he Called to Find out What
   Time He Should Meet You at the Golf Course in the Morning"*
   (Out Our Way, July 25, 1968) / Neg Cochran. -- (Heroes are
   Made, not Born) -- Summary: He's turning in early, saying
   he's going to get busy in the morning at the list of jobs
   she wants done. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Jan. 20, 1969)
   "I've Chosen You to Go South With Me. I Need Someone to
   Drive My Golf Cart"* (The Neighbors, Jan. 20, 1969) / by
   George Clark. -- Summary: The boss bestows an honor. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf carts"
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Golf (Apr. 12, 1969)
   "Audio-Syncrasies" (Out Our Way, Apr. 12, 1969) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: Though they run the risk of being
   accused of stalling, the painting crew has smuggled a
   television set into the room to watch golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "stalling"
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Golf (Sept. 13, 1969)
   "My Prayer Book"* (Hi & Lois, Sept. 13, 1969) / Dik Browne.
   reprinted on p. 152 of The Best of Hi and Lois (Bedford,
   N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Thirsty has found
   his ball in the woods, and Hi offers to toss him what he
   needs from his golf bag. -- Call no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (May 14, 1970)
   "He Might At Least Have Started the Mower For Her Before He
   Left"* (Fred Basset, May 14, 1970) -- Summary: Fred's
   master leaves for golf, and his mistress is displeased. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (June 23, 1970)
   "Try to Squeeze in a Round of Golf Between your Business
   Appointments" (Then/Now, June 23, 1970) / Roy Fox. --
   Summary: The businessman takes the doctor's advice and is
   shown rushing through his golf game. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "doctors"
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Golf (July 27, 1970)
   "He'll Probably Be Disappointed Not to Make the Money"*
   (Lolly, July 27, 1970) / Pete Hansen. -- Summary: The boss
   asks Lolly to cancel his golf lesson; out at the country
   club the pro jumps in the air and clicks his heels
   together. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf pros"
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Golf (Oct. 9, 1970)
   "Play Some Golf, Relax, That's What His Doctor Said"* (Fred
   Basset, Oct. 9, 1970) / Graham. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Golf (Nov. 2, 1970)
   "The Whole Load" (Out Our Way, Nov. 2, 1970) / by Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: Mother gets the change from the
   groceries plus other things from the pocket: golf tee,
   paper clip, button, rubber bands and lint. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "pockets"
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Golf (Jan. 22, 1971)
   "Why is it so Important for you to Play Golf and Play It
   Well?"* (Mac Divot, Jan. 22, 1971) / Mel Keefer, Jordan
   Lansky. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "motives"
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Golf (Mar. 1, 1971)
   "Okay, Mrs. Smart! Give Back My Golf Balls!"* (Lancelot,
   Mar. 1, 1971) / Coker-Penn. -- Summary: She plays through
   the living room with the vacuum cleaner. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "vacuum cleaners"
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Golf (Mar. 9, 1971)
   "I Wish I Were On the Moon"* (Lolly, Mar. 9, 1971) / Pete
   Hansen. -- Summary: His golf ball doesn't go as far as he'd
   like. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 14, 1971)
   "Why Is It We Always Seem To Have Laurel and Hardy Ahead of
   Us and Palmer and Nicklaus Behind Us?"* (Hi & Lois, May 14,
   1971). reprinted on p. 153 of The Best of Hi and Lois
   (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Hi and
   Thirsty are on a busy golf course. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (Feb. 3, 1972)
   "Some Men Can't Stand for a Woman to Beat Them at Golf"*
   (Professor Phumble, Feb. 3, 1972) / Bill Yates. p. 186 in
   The National Cartoonists Society Album 1972-77 ed. --
   1972). -- Call no.: NC1300.N3 1972
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Golf (Mar. 13, 1972)
   "Oh, Come On, Marjorie! What's Wrong with a Little Cheating
   Between Friends?" (Side Glances, Mar. 13, 1972) / by Gill
   Fox. -- Setting: Two women are playing golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf scores"
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Golf (Apr. 22, 1972)
   "I Guess Now She Knows Who's Boss!"* (Lancelot, Apr. 22,
   1972) / Penn. -- Summary: Woody put his foot down and
   walked out on the chores his wife wanted him to do. He
   doesn't seem to know he's wearing an apron on the golf
   course. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "aprons"
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Golf (Apr. 22, 1972)
   "You Learn a Lot Playing with Myrna. She Went Around in 116
   Strokes, Three Rumors and One Scandal!" (Side Glances, Apr.
   22, 1972) / by Gill Fox. -- Setting: Two women are talking
   in the country club dining room. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "scandal"
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Golf (Apr. 24, 1972)
   "Can You Think of Any Better Place to Hide My Golf Clubs?"*
   (Lancelot, Apr. 24, 1972) / Penn. -- Summary: Woody takes
   out the garbage and sneaks out for golf at the same time. -
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf clubs"
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Golf (Apr. 28, 1972)
   "When they Finish, They'll be Six Miles from the
   Clubhouse"* (The Wizard of Id, Apr. 28, 1972) / Parker &
   Hart. reproduced on p. 153 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed.
   by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: The king is building a new golf course for the
   ladies. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 3, 1972)
   "That I Know How To Do!"* (The Born Loser, May 3, 1972) /
   Art Sansom. -- Summary: Brutus is not pleased when the golf
   instructor tells him to swing a few times without hitting
   the ball. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf pros"
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Golf (May 6, 1972)
   "Good Heavens, Caroline! While I Was Waiting For You To
   Shoot, I Could Have Baked a Cake!" (Side Glances, May 6,
   1972) / by Gill Fox. -- Setting: Two women are playing
   golf. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (June 10, 1972)
   "Bucket of Balls"* (Joe Palooka, June 10, 1972) / by Ham
   Fisher. reproduced on p. 100-101 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Humphrey Pennyworth hits a bucket of
   balls, all at once. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (June 23, 1972)
   "It's Par for the Course" (Out Our Way, June 23, 1972) /
   Neg Cochran. -- Summary: Elwood gets put on the late shift,
   and since he's a golf nut he likes it. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 5, 1972)
   "You've Got To Watch Some of His Golfing Friends"* (Fred
   Basset, Aug. 5, 1972) -- Summary: A golfer reports his
   score a little too optimistically. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf scores"
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Golf (Feb. 23, 1973)
   "How Come the Years go by so Fast, and February Takes
   Forever?"* (Hi & Lois, Feb. 23, 1973) / Dik Browne.
   reprinted on p. 166 of The Best of Hi and Lois (Bedford,
   N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Lois and Hi talk
   about how time flies, but Hi is standing with his golf
   clubs looking out at the snow. -- Call no.: PN6728.H5B37
   1986
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Golf (Apr. 25, 1973)
   "They Claim that this Golf Game is Seventy-Five Percent
   Mental!"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., Apr. 25, 1973) / by Dal Curtis
   ; Bradley and Edgington. -- Summary: Ken is talking about
   marriage to June, and says he's going to get in shape for
   the tournament; meanwhile Rex is upset and cancels his
   appointments. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 2, 1973)
   "I'll Go to the Airport with You, June!"* (Rex Morgan,
   M.D., May 2, 1973) / by Dal Curtis ; Bradley and Edgington.
   -- Summary: June tells Ken he should go practice his golf
   instead, so they kiss goodbye at the hotel. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "goodbyes"
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Golf (May 3, 1973)
   "What About His Illness, the Multiple Sclerosis?"* (Rex
   Morgan, M.D., May 3, 1973) / by Dal Curtis ; Bradley and
   Edgington. -- Summary: Rafe says he think Ken's going to
   make it back to the tour, and Rex says he's going to
   discharge Melissa. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "multiple
   sclerosis"
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Golf (May 4, 1973)
   "I Feel Good at the Ball!"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., May 4, 1973)
   / by Dal Curtis ; Bradley and Edgington. -- Summary: Ken
   looks good on the course, even though he's been away from
   the game.  -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golfers"
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Golf (May 7, 1973)
   "You've Got a Great Round Going, Ken! If you Par in, You'll
   have a Sixty-Five, a Course Record!"* (Rex Morgan, M.D.,
   May 7, 1973) / by Dal Curtis ; Bradley and Edgington. --
   Summary: June makes a lunch date with Brice Adam, while
   Ken's on the golf course. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "par"
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Golf (May 15, 1973)
   "The Baron is Back!"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., May 15, 1973) / by
   Dal Curtis ; Bradley and Edgington. -- Summary: Ken tells
   Rafe he wants to pick up the tour in ten days, and that
   he's going to win the Open. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Golf (May 18, 1973)
   "Another Blow Against Male Chauvinism"* (Lolly, May 18,
   1973) / by Pete Hansen. reproduced on p. 138 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Liz hits a drive so well that her
   male golfing partner's hat flies up and eyes pop out. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 25, 1973)
   "What are My Chances?"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., May 25, 1973) /
   by Dal Curtis ; Bradley and Edgington. -- Summary: Rex
   congratulates Ken on a fine round of golf, and Ken wants to
   know what the doctor can tell him about his remission from
   M.S. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "remission"
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Golf (July 19, 1973)
   "This is my Afternoon for Golf. I'll Have to See You in the
   Morning"* (Bugs Bunny, July 19, 1973) / by Heimdahl &
   Stoffel. -- Summary: Cicero is playing doctor. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 1, 1973)
   "Bad Lie?" (Hazel, Aug. 1, 1973) / by Ted Key. reproduced
   on p. 111 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: The young
   golfer is in wading pool with Hazel, getting ready to
   swing. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 15, 1973)
   "I'm Going to Get Good at This Game if it Takes All Day!"*
   (Hi and Lois, Aug. 15, 1973) / Dik Browne. reprinted on p.
   149 of The Best of Hi and Lois (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana
   Books, 1986). -- Summary: Ditto practices golf with
   determination. -- Call no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (Sept. 4, 1973)
   "I Don't Feel Like a Sad Trip!"* (Mac Divot, Sept. 4, 1973)
   / Mel Keefer. -- Summary: The U.S. team trails the British
   in the Ryder Cup, and though he's not Knute Rockne or Vince
   Lombardi, the coach would rather they travel home as
   winners. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pep talks"
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Golf (Sept. 14, 1973)
   "He Was In The Mixed Lounge Playing Bridge at the Time"*
   (Fred Basset, Sept. 14, 1973) / Graham. -- Summary: Fred's
   master sliced his drive on the eighteenth and hit General
   Arbuthnot. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "slicing"
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Golf (Sept. 22, 1973)
   "Somehow He Manages to Hiccup in the Middle of Every
   Backswing"* (Hi & Lois, Sept. 22, 1973) / Dik Browne.
   reprinted on p. 153 of The Best of Hi and Lois (Bedford,
   N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Thirsty's timing
   is off, but Ditto's isn't. -- Call no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (Nov. 6, 1973)
   "If I Were You, I'd Cut Down on Calcium" (Broom-Hilda, Nov.
   6, 1973) / Russell Myers. -- Summary: A golf ball hits
   Irwin on the head while he's standing under a bird in a
   nest. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Golf (Nov. 14, 1973)
   "Pretty Nasty Cut, Doc!"* (The Flintstones, Nov. 14, 1973)
   -- Summary: The doctor slices the ball, and gets out his
   surgical equipment to sew it back together. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "slicing"
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Golf (Dec. 8, 1973)
   "The Boss Has Invited Me to Play Golf With Him. I Better
   Practice"* (Lolly, Dec. 8, 1973) / Pete Hansen. -- Summary:
   He's hitting a bucket of balls trying to shorten his
   drives. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bosses"
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Golf (July/Aug. 1974)
   "The Monster in Hole 18" 10 p. in Strange Sports Stories,
   no. 6 (July/Aug. 1974). -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.4.N3S76no.6
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Golf (1975)
   "Don't Tell Me, That was a Slice, Right?"* (Trim's Arena,
   1975) / Wayne Stayskal. reproduced on p. 119 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: A woman golfer has beheaded her
   instructor. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 8, 1975)
   "What's That You Say, Scout- a 'People Leg' to the Right?"
   (Woody's World, Aug. 8, 1975) / by WAP. reproduced on p.
   115 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Situation: Something
   of Scout the dog's perspective on golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 1975)
   "Fore and After!" (Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny) 3 p. in
   Yosemite Sam, no. 31 (Sept. 1975) -- Golf story. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.4.G56Y6no.31
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Golf (Mar. 2, 1976)
   "Who's Away?"* (The Flintstones, Mar. 2, 1976) -- Summary:
   Wilma says it's either golf or his family, and Fred chooses
   golf. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 7, 1976)
   "Unfortunately, I Had Three"* (Hi & Lois, Aug. 7, 1976) /
   Dik Browne. reprinted on p. 153 of The Best of Hi and Lois
   (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: Hi
   tells Thirsty that one drink relaxes him before a game of
   golf. Thirsty falls asleep while lining up his putt. --
   Call no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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Golf (1977)
   Lo Linkert's Golftoons. -- Vancouver, BC : Plainsman
   Publications, 1977. -- ca. 150 p. : chiefly ill. ; 20 cm.
   -- Call no.: NC1449.L5G6 1977
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Golf (May 26, 1977)
   "Well, I've Got a Hole in One!"* (Archie, May 26, 1977) /
   by Bob Montana. reproduced on p. 118 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Jughead's taking his golf shoes to be
   repaired, and Archie says they don't look like golf shoes.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1978)
   "Golf Balls, Tees and a Six Pack"* (Hi and Lois, 1978) /
   Dik Browne. reproduced on p. 154 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Thirsty shows off his new golf bag, with
   an extra large pocket. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 3, 1978)
   "A Shootin' Iron"* (Shoe, Aug. 3, 1978) / MacNelly.
   reproduced on p. 121 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Cosmo is caddying for Shoe, and recommends an iron for a
   par 8 hole. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 18, 1978)
   "I'll Kick In My Own Locker, If You Don't Mind!"
   (Heathcliff, Aug. 18, 1978) / by George Gately. reproduced
   on p. 136 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Heathcliff is
   in the locker room after a round of golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 24, 1978)
   "So Enough about My Day. What's All This about You Shooting
   a Hole In One?"* (Beetle Bailey, Aug. 24, 1978) / by Mort
   Walker. reproduced on p. 169 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Situation: General Halftrack is in bed with his wife, his
   golf clothes and his golf equipment. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 13, 1979)
   "I Packed Up My Golf Clubs, My Bowling Shoes, the Booze in
   My Desk, and Quit!"* (Hi and Lois, July 13, 1979) / Dik
   Browne. reprinted on p. 221 of The Best of Hi and Lois
   (Bedford, N.Y. : Comicana Books, 1986). -- Summary: At a
   bar with Hi, Thirsty talks about leaving his job. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.H5B37 1986
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